The Elsevier e-journals, e-books, reference titles and databases found on their ScienceDirect platform are once again available both on and off campus. Thank-you for your patience.
Welcome and welcome back to the University of Windsor!
If you are new to campus and new to the country, we'd like to let you know that the Leddy Library will be offering tours to International Students on September 12th at 11 am and on September 13th at 2pm. Just meet us in the lobby of the Leddy Library to join us!
The Leddy Library has reduced the price of its network laser printing just in time for the new Fall Semester. Costs are
- 7 ¢ per side for monochrome (black and white) printing
- 26 ¢ per side for colour printing
Also of note, our black and white printers now default to double-sided printing. Single sided printing is still available; just select the option before you hit the print button.
The Leddy Library offers an Interlibrary Loan service to its students, staff, and faculty that allow them order materials not available at Leddy through a system called RACER.
We are pleased to announce that as of today, we have enhanced this service. While books must still be picked up at the Circulation Desk once they have arrived on campus, articles ordered through RACER will now be delivered right into your email inbox.
Liberty: A Weekly for Everybody was founded in 1924 by Joseph Patterson, publisher of the New York Daily News and Robert McCormick, publisher of the Chicago Tribune and often regarded as the world's greatest publisher.
The Writing Support Desk can help you with:
- constructing strong theses and arguments
- grammar and syntax problems
- analyzing and integrating sources
- citing and referencing
- interpreting assignment prompts
- developing active reading habits
The Writing Support Desk is located on the main floor of the main building of the Leddy Library.
The Writing Support Desk is open:
The desk is located on the main floor of the main building of the Leddy Library. The Academic Writing Centre is open:
On May 29-30th 2013 the University of Windsor played host to the International Symposium on Arab Youth: Developmental Pathways for Identity. The conference organizers, Julie Hakim-Larson and Rosanne Menna, have worked with the Leddy Library to help provide access to the posters and presentations from the event. The results are now starting to be made available in the Scholarship at UWindsor institutional repository and can be found at the link below. Take some time to take a look or even explore the contents from other departments on our campus.